aor.

aor.

abbr.
aorist
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This is about reported possible terror attacks, subject to verification, in named areas in the NOLCOM AOR. For which, a memorandum was written," said Armed Forces of the Philippines spokesperson, Marine Brig.
aor. All statistical tests were performed using MS-Excel (Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA) and SPSS version 23.0.
"Our forces will continue to pursue peace and development efforts in the area of responsibility (AOR) through Focus Military Operations (FMO), Community Support Program (CSP), information gathering efforts and collaboration with all stakeholders in 10th ID AOR.
aor. These congeneric parasites express high degree of morphometric variations as in copulatory complex (vase shaped accessory piece in C.
Advanced is an acute care hospital that provides elective orthopedic and spine surgery and was founded by the members of AOR. Advanced has been recognized for outstanding clinical quality and patient satisfaction based and was named as the 2014 Physician Hospital of the Year by Physician Hospitals of America.
Successful preparation requires a close link between the RAF unit(s) and the ASCC in the AOR. The ASCC knows the AOR to which the RAF unit(s) will deploy--and the AOR provides a wide variety of employment possibilities.
Additionally, COMLOGFORNAVCENT is the theater maintenance coordinator, establishing repair priorities and executing yard availabilities for ships in the AOR.
USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) and CVW-14 completed pre-deployment training on 5 March 2011, and departed for a regularly scheduled deployment to the Western Pacific and Central Command AOR.
As AFCENT's Ground Safety functional, SMSgt Martin directed the efforts of 84+ safety professionals and managed 20 wing ground safety programs in the NAF and AOR. He provided guidance and technical advice to leaders and helped mitigate risks for 63K+ war fighters and $900B worth of AF assets.